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Advent Calendar

Bring Joy with Brenda

Created by Brenda 

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This advent calendar takes a little longer to make then most but is a great alternative to the ones you buy in stores. Have your kids help and it will be lots of fun. (I am sorry for the photo,  I have not put it up yet).

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Materials Needed:

All kinds of different kinds of designer series paper

Double sided adhesive

Paper crimped

Number stamps or scrapbook paper with number

Ribbon or twine

Hole puncher

Treats to fill them

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Instructions:

  1. With 24 piece’s of designer series paper cut 4” x 6” pieces. Add. Double sided adhesive to the two long sides and one short side. Roll up the paper as if it where going to be a toilet paper tube. Then take off the paper on one long side of the tape and the short side. Roll the tube up to make that t-paper roll and press firmly. Take the bottom and press the tape together firmly. Fill your container with treats, can be candy, small toy or just pieces of paper with sayings on them. Take the tape off the other side and press firmly.
  2. With your crimper, crimp both sides, this will insure that it does not come open. Repeat this for all 24 pieces. 
  3. Now we need to make 1 more sour cream container but a big one for the middle. Cut another piece of designer series paper cut 6” x 9”. Repeat just as above.
  4. Punch holes in the top of all the sour cream containers. String each one through except for the large one and then tie off the two ends.
  5. Lastly stamp the numbers 1 through 25 and then cut or punch them out. Then adhere them to each container. With another piece of ribbon or twine string up the last one number 25 and tie it up in the middle of all your containers. Hang this on your wall or even from your fireplace.

ENJOY!

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Bring Joy with Brenda

Card Making, scrapbooking, paper crafts

     and more 

Brenda Wilkinson

Email: [email protected]

Blog: www.bringjoywithbrenda.com

                        

                   

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Welcome Winter Box

Bring Joy with Brenda

Created by Brenda

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   I love how this snowman box came out. It can be used for a gift filled with lots of goodies or just as a home decor piece.

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Paper sizes:

Kraft Card stock 2 cut at 11 1/2” x 11 1/2”

Kraft Card stock cut at 12” x 12”

Kraft card stock cut at 9” x 9”

Brown card stock cut 8” x 8’

Brown card stock cut 6 1/4 x 6 1/4”

Brown card stock cut 5” x 5”

Black card stock cut 7 1/2” x 10 1/2”

Scraps of black, orange, red, green and designer series paper.

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Materials needed:

Trimmer

Score board

Scissors

Score tape

Brown, kraft, black, red, orange card stock and some designer series paper.

Black marker

Snow the fake kind (ha ha) o} a white gel pen

And what ever you will fill it with.

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Instructions:

  1. With the two pieces of 11 1/2” x 11 1/2” kraft card stock score it at 5” and 10”, turn and score again at 5” and 10”. Fold all score lines and add double sided adhesive to the middle on all 4 sides fold up the bottom to form the box. Ink up all the edges with brown ink. Write on the front of the box with the basic black marker (Welcome Winter) and then add a 1 3/4” black circle to it.
  2. Now with the piece of brown card stock cut 8” x 8” score it at 1” all the way around and then assemble the cover as you did the box. Ink up all the edges with brown ink. Add a little white chalk pen over that.
  3. Next With the piece of 12” x 12” piece of craft card stock score it at 4” and 8” and turn and repeat. Cut every other score line and assemble the box as before. Ink up the edges in brown ink and then add 2  black 1 3/4” circle to the front.
  4. With the piece of brown that measures 6 1/4” x 6 1/4” score it at 1” all the way around. Assemble as before with tear and tape and ink up with brown ink. Be sure to add white chalk marker over the soft suede so it looks like snow.
  5. With the last piece of kraft card stock score it at 3” and 6” turn and repeat. Assemble as usual and ink up all the edges. To the front add a carrot out of orange card stock  and the eyes and mouth with a black marker. Don’t forget to add a designer series paper scarf the bottom before adding the face. Designer series paper is cut 3/4” x 12 and 2 of them at 1” x 3. Cut fringe on the bottom of the scarf for a great look.
  6. With the last piece of brown 5” x 5” score it at 1” all around and then assemble and ink up as usual.
  7. Next attach the lids to the bottom of the box’s and then add them to the bottom box of each one.
  8. Cut out a 5 1/2” circle and attach it to the cover of the top box. Next with the black piece of card stock 5 1/2” x 10 1/2”. Score with the 5 1/2” at the top at 2 1/2”, 5”, and then turn and score it at 2 1/1”, 5”. 7 1/2”, and 10”. Fold all score lines and cut up both long sides to the score line, cut off both bottom and top 1”. Add tear and tape to the middle 1/2” strip and fold to meet the other side. Fold in both top and bottom flaps securing with tear and tape. Add the box to the circle with tear and tape.
  9. Lastly add snow or white chalk marker on the hat. Also Cut a 12” x 3/4” strip and add around the hat. Cut out a green holly and red berry’s and attach them other the red band in the front.

ENJOY!

Did you love this project then check out www.bringjoywithbrenda.com for more projects.

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Brenda Wilkinson

[email protected]

www.bringjoywithbrenda.com

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Milk Carton Treat Box

Bring Joy with Stamping

Created by Brenda

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Milk, oh wonderful milk, do you know someone who loves milk or just want to give someone a gift. This milk carton can be made the same as I did or you can make them smaller, have fun.

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Paper sizes:

Whisper white card stock cut 11” x 8 1/2”

Scraps of real red card stock

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Materials needed:

Red small letters:

Small letter die

Big shot
Product List

Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Thick Cardstock

Real Red 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Stampin' Trimmer

Paper Snips Scissors

Tear & Tape Adhesive

Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker

Simply Scored

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Instructions:

  1. With the piece of whisper white that measures 11” x 8 1/2”, score with the long side at the top at 2 1/2”, 5 1/4”, 7 3/4”, and 10 1/2”. Turn and score at 5”, and 8”, then fold all score lines. Cut up the bottom scores to the first score line. With e flat score up side down V in two swxtions at the top. Then add tear and tape to the 1/2” side and fold over to form the box. Now add tear and tape to the bottom flaps and adhere them all down to form the bottom of the box. Fold in the top of the box so it look like a milk carton top. Add your present or candy to the box and adhere only half of the 1/2” section at the top so you can still open it to get the surprise out.

  2. With your black marker put and arrow and open on both sides. Next cut a strip of real red card stock that measures 2 1/2” x 10 3/4”. Adhere around the bottom of the box with tear and tape. Add black stitching with your marker at the bottom and top all around.

  3. Next add two real red circles on two sides of the milk carton then add stitching in them.  Cut two more pieces of real red card stock that measures 4” x 1 1/2”. Adhere them to the topography the box folding over on sides. This should be adhered on the same side as the circles. Then add the black stitching on both sides.

  4. Cut out the word milk from dies or use stickers and adhere to two sides. Now cut out the letters Vit. D twice in whisper white and adhere them on the red below. Now with your black marker on the 2 opposite sides write 4oz.

Be creative and have fun.

ENJOY!

Now that you have tempted this project, go to my blog and search through all the tutorials I have posted. You may even find a project you can do with your child or grand child. www.bringjoywithstamping.com.

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Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator

[email protected]

www.bringjoywithstamping.com

www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

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Cupcake Oven

Bring Joy with Stamping

Created by Brenda 

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Oh my gosh! I just love this adorable little cupcake box. They can be made with the insert for cupcakes or without for cookies or  Small gift.

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Paper sizes:

1 piece of 12” x 12” card stock cut as below in instructions.

A piece of designer series paper cut 3 1/4” x 10 3/4”

Matching or whisper white card stock 2 cut 5 3/8” x 47/8”

Scraps of basic black card stock

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Materials needed:

3/4” buttons

1/2” buttons

Gold sequins

Small magnets

Product List

Stampin' Trimmer

Paper Snips Scissors

Simply Scored

Tear & Tape Adhesive

Pearl Basic Jewels

1" Circle Punch

1/2" Circle Punch

2-1/2" Circle Punch

2-1/2″ Circle Punch
[120906]
$18.00
Crumb Cake 12" X 12" Card Stock

Festive Farmhouse 12" X 12" (30.5 X 30.5 Cm) Designer Series Paper

Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Bone Folder

Big Shot

$110.00
Layering Circle Framelits Dies

Layering Squares Framelits Dies

Window Sheets Base Material

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Instructions:

  1. With piece of 12”x 12” card stock cut the following pieces

    A. – 4” x 12” scored with the long side

        at the top at 1/2, 4”, 8”, and 11

        1/2”, turn and score 1/2”. 

     B. 1 piece 4” x 7” and score with the

        long side at the top at 3 1/2”.

     C. 1 piece of card stock 4” x 8” and

        score it at 3 1/2”.

     D. Cut another piece of card stock 4” 

        x 1 1/2”, and score with the short

        side at the top at 1/2”.

       E. Cut a piece of designer series

          paper 3 1/4”x 10 3/4”.

2. With the piece we cut 12” x 4” on the

   long side where you scored the 1/2”, 

   angle off the two ends and notch out

   the two middle scores. Add tear and

   tape to the 5 flaps on the outside. Now

   is the time to add the designer series

   paper to the top, securing the folding

   the paper and then securing the two

   sides with glue. You don’t have to do

   this step if you used a thick designer

   series  paper to start with.

3. With the 4”x 8” and the 4” x 7” piece

   adhere together one 3 1/2 piece to the

   other 3 1/2”piece forming a funny

   shaped U. Round out the four corners, 

   the shorter side will be the front. Next

   take your framelits either a square or

   circle and cut a window in the front

   door of the oven with your big shot.

4. Take off the sticky strip on the two end

    tabs. The other three tabs should be

    facing the back of the oven. And

    adhere the two ends to one side of

    the oven and then to the other

    securing with your bone folder. Now

    take the paper off the other 3 tabs

    then adhere them  to the back of the

    oven being  sure to square up your box.

5. Adhere a piece of window sheet to the

   front of the oven door. With a piece of

   whisper white card stock cut 3” x 3 1/2”. 

   Cut out the center with the same

   framelits used for the door. Adhere it

   on the inside door over the window. 

   With the small piece of card stock you

   cut, fold over and add tear and tape to

   the 1/2” side. Open the oven door and

   adhere it to the inside top of the oven. 

   Now so this part does

   not show through, punch or cut out the

   area that shows through. Add a

   set of tiny magnets to the door, and

   cover with a 1”white circle. Add two

   more magnets to the white circles, being

   sure they click together and adhere

   them to the upper flap and close the

   door.

6. Punch out 2 black 1/2” circles and a

   thin strip of basic black card stock. 

   Adhere one circle to the end of the

   skinny strip of black and then onto the

    oven door. Measure as long of a

    handle you want and then repeat for

    the other side.

7. Cut out 4 – 1” black circles and adhere

   to the top of oven, then adhere buttons

   over each one. Next add 4 pearls to the

   back panel for knobs and a white

   button with a gold sequins on the top

   of it to represent a clock.

8. Lastly for the insert, cut 2 pieces of

   whisper white or matching color card

   stock  to 5 3/8” x 4 7/8”. Score each

   side of both of them 3/4” all the way

   around. With one of them fold over one

   side and punch a 2 1/2”circle in the

   middle. Cut up the 3/4” on two sides

   and assemble each box with tear and

   tape. Put the box with the circle inside

   the one with out and add it inside the

   oven.

ENJOY!

Now that you have completed this project, be sure to visit my blog and find other great tutorials. www.bringjoywithstamping.com

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Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrator

[email protected]

www.bringjoywithstamping.com

www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

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September 2018 Paper Crafting Classes

September 12th   Card Buffet 12pm

Join us for our  card buffet class, where you will make 5 cards on your own. If you need help I will be there to help but this class allows those that are more advanced card makers to work at their pace and the rest of you to work at your own pace. Hope you will try our class. Cost is $10.00 and all you have to do is bring a tape runner, your $10 and a smile.  Call or email me to let me know you are coming at [email protected] or 413-203-5196

Hope to see you there.

September 22nd Memory Making  Crop 12pm

Please join us for our monthly scrapbooking crop, where you bring all your scrapbooking projects you have been working on or want to work on and we get together and get lots done. This crop includes the space to work, a snack, and lots of fun. It is four hours but you can stay as long as you wish. Class is open to all ages 8 and up, and would be great for a Mother and daughter or even you and your grandchild.  The crop is  $10.00 and you need to call or email me at least  2 days prior. 413-203-5196  or [email protected]

Hope to see you there.

September 29th Box and bag making 12pm

Come and join us for a fun 3d paper crafting experience. We will be making 5 projects such as a fun bag in a box, a gift bag you can make for any occasion and three others. The class is $15.00 and you need to bring a tape runner and a strong adhesive like tear and tape. This class is great for any skill level and from ages 8  To register email or call me at [email protected]

Hope you can come.

Brenda

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Pencil Box

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Created by Brenda 

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This pencil box would be good as a gift for a teacher filled with goodies or a little treat for your children.

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Paper sizes:

Daffodil delight card stock 11” x 8 1/2”

2 more pieces of daffodil delight cut 9” x 3 1/2”.

2 Gold paper cut 1” x 3 1/2”

2 Crumb cake card stock cut 3 1/2” x 3”

2 Basic black card stock cut3 1/2” x 3/4”

2 Lovely lipstick card stock cut 3” x 3 1/2”

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Instructions:

  1. With piece of daffodil delight that measures 11” x 8 1/2” score with the long side at the top at 1” and 10”. Turn and score at 5” and 6”, then fold all score lines creasing with your bone folder. Assemble the box with tear and tape and set aside.
  2. Now cut two pieces of daffodil delight card stock 9” x 3 1/2”, with the short side at the top score at 1” from each side. Now add the piece of lovely lipstick onto one end and round the corners. The crumb cake piece you need to cut both sides to form a V and give the flat side a zig zag. Adhere it to the other side and add a piece of black card stock for the tip. You will need to angle in some of the yellow pencil that shows though and any black that may hang over.
  3. Cut a strip of black card as above and a piece of gold foil paper as cut above. Adhere the gold piece over the black leaving about 1/2”. Adhere this to the eraser side, and if you wish you can make score lines on the gold piece.
  4. Lastly adhere the 2 pencils to each side of the box and add a number 2 to each pencil with the black marker if you wish.

ENJOY!

Don’t forget to visit my website where you can purchase these materials. www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

Your orders are greatly apriciated.

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Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up!  demonstrator

[email protected]

www.bringjoywithstamping.com

www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

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Back to School Apple Box

Bring Joy with Stampinghool, 

Created by Brenda 

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They say and Apple a day keeps the doctor away. So make this little box, put a gift in side and maybe an apple a Day can keep your teacher happy. It is easy to make and can be filled with candy, a scarf or tie and much more.

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Paper sizes:

Thick whisper white card stock, cut 6” x 11”

Scraps of real red, garden green, whisper white and basic black.

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Materials Needed:

Red paint

Paper towels

1” circle punch

Snail

Product List

Tear & Tape Adhesive

Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Thick Cardstock

Real Red 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Basic Blac Stampin' Write Marker

Garden Green 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Stampin' Trimmer

Paper Snips Scissors

1-3/4" Circle Punch

2" Circle Punch

Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker

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Instructions:

  1.  With the thick piece of whisper white cut it 11” x 6”. Score with the short side at the top at 1”, and 5”. Turn and score at 1”. 5”, 6” and 10”. With red paint and a paper towel scrunched up, dab the red paint all over the front of the box and set aside to dry.

  2. When dry, fold all score lines and then assemble the box with tear and tape. If you wish you can make a half circle notch with your one inch circle punch in the front so it is easier to open.

  3. Now cut out a piece if whisper white card stock that measures 3 3/4” square, a piece of garden green that measures 3 1/2” square. As well asa real red piece that measures 3 1/4” square. Adhere the white layer onto  the box, then the green and lastly the red piece. You can use snail for the green and red piece, but because the box is painted, be sure to use tear and tape so the whisper white adheres well.

  4. Punch out one real red circle from the 2” punch and one whisper white from the 1 3/4” circle punch. Adhere them together and with the 2” circle punch, punch cut about 1/4” inch in on both sides so it looks like two bites out of the apple. Now add two hand cut black seeds, a hand cut black stem and a leaf. Adhere them to the apple and adhere the apple to the box. I added some black marker stitching to the apple and the red layer.

ENJOY!

Don’t forget o visit my website to order any materials I used www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

Your orders are greatly appriciated.

Brenda

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Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up!  demonstrator

[email protected]

www.bringjoywithstamping.com

www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

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Emoji Box

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Created by Brenda 

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Some people love emoji’s and others don’t. I personally think they are so cute, so if you like them try making these in different colors and expressions. Have them around your home or office  to make you smile.

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Paper sizes:

12” x 12” card stock your choice in color

A piece of matching card stock cut 4” x 6”.

Scraps of basic black, whisper white and real red.

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Product List

Stampin' Trimmer

2017-2019 In Color 12" X 12" Cardstock

1" Circle Punch

Paper Snips Scissors

1/2" Circle Punch

Basic Black Stampin' Write Marker

White Stampin Chalk Marker

Tear & Tape Adhesive

SNAIL Permanent Adhesive

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Instructions:

  1. With piece of card stock that is 12” x 12” score it at 4” and 8” turn and repeat. On two opposite sides make a 1” mark at 6”.

  2. Now fold all score lines and fold in the left flap, take the horizontal  fold and match it to the vertical fold. Be sure to crease the inner diagonal section, and repeat for all four sides. Now on the sides that you made the one inch score, fold that in. From the end of that line to each corner crease, {it will look like the side of a milk carton}. Repeat for the other side and fold all flaps inward to form the box.

  3. With the second piece of matching card stock, (cut as above), score it at 4” and 4 1/2”. Fold, and hen adhere the 2 1/2” side to the back of the box with tear and tape. Add velcro dots to the inside cover and front of the box to keep the flap closed.

  4. For decorating the front I cut out 2 – 1” circles in whisper white and 2 – 1/2” circles in basic black. I adhered them together and then onto the front flap. Then add white flecks to his eyes and with you black marker draw in the eye brows. I hand cute a black mouth, red tongue and his white teeth. Adhere them together and then onto the front flap. I also cut some strips of black and adhered it on top. 

ENJOY!

Remember to be creative and come up with your own emoji faces. Even if they are happy, sad angry and more. Have your kids try this out to and see what they come up with.

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Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater

[email protected]

www.bringjoywithstamping.com

www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

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Stampin’ Blends Holder

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Created by Brenda 

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These boxes can be made in any color and are easy to make. Each box holds 4 Stampin’ Blends and are great because you can just grab a box and go.

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Paper sizes:

Card stock your choice in color cut 10 1/2” x 3 1/2”

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Product List

Basic Black 8-1/2" X 11" Card Stock

Stampin' Trimmer

Paper Snips Scissors

Tear & Tape Adhesive

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Instructions:

  1. With your card stock. as cut above, put it in your trimmer with the short side ar the top and score at 1/2”. Turn to the opposite side and score at 1/2”. Next with the long side at the top score at 5” and 5 1/2”.

  2. On each long side cut in the two middle score lines to the first score line. Add tear and tape to the outside of the little   tabs and to the inside of the long strip on the right and on both sides. Remove the backing and adhere the little tab to the side with no tape and then fold over the side that does.

  3. Lastly put in the marker and label the front with a label maker. 

ENJOY!

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Brenda Wilkinson

Your independent Stampin’ Up! demonstrater

[email protected] 

www.bringjoywithstamping.com

www.bringjoywithstamping.stampinup.net

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